Resilience Resources

Welcome to the Resilience Resource Page

Here you will find a list of campus resources to help you when you or someone you know are experiencing challenging moments that may require support. We are here for you! You are not alone!

Campus Resources

Support at Brandeis: We care about you. Brandeis is committed to providing you, as a student, faculty or staff member, the resources you need to thrive in our community.

Care Team: Here at Brandeis, we all have to look out for each other. If someone you know seems to be exhibiting harmful behavior, doing strange things, or just not acting like themselves, please get in touch with the Care Team. (For emergencies, please contact Public Safety.)

Brandeis Counseling Center: The BCC provides counseling for students in times of stress and encourages them to ask for help with their most immediate concerns. Our staff is experienced in dealing with deeper developmental and psychological issues, ranging from stress and depression to substance abuse and eating disorders.

Prevention, Advocacy & Resource Center: PARC provides education, empowerment and confidential support to members of the Brandeis community who have been impacted by violence and those who want to contribute to the anti-violence movement.

Health and Wellness Promotion: HAWP supports your well-being so you can make the most of your time at Brandeis. We coordinate campus-wide health and wellness efforts through evidence-based promotion and prevention strategies, such as educational programs and events, health information and resources, and peer education.

Dean of Students Office: The Dean of Students Office supports the development of a student-directed community — a place where the student voice challenges and directs the shape of the institution. We know that to be effective in that role, students must have both opportunity and the skills to make it work.

Public Safety :The Department of Public Safety is responsible for the protection of life and property at Brandeis University.

Resilience Working Group: The Resilience Working Group meets regularly to promote resilience among undergraduate and graduate students with an emphasis on connecting students to campus resources. In 2019-2020 academic year, the Resilience Working Group produced three Resilience Fairs. In 2020-2021, they have focused on creating documents to help students identify and engage with campus resources.

Campus Connection Points: This is a list of ongoing, drop-in or scheduled times for students to have casual or structured connections through conversations.

Resilience: Frameworks and Campus Resources:  A Brandeis University Resource Guide.